Singapore Pools is owned by the Tote Board. The Tote Board is under the Ministry of Finance (MOF). Singapore Polls offer Lottery and Sports Betting. If you are into lottery, you should know that Singapore Pools announced that it will carry out draws in the Lunar New Year. Here are the draws that you will look forward:
The Reunion Draw will be on January 24, 2014 at the building of Singapore Pools. The prize for the Reunion Draw is S$5 million. The sales for this draw will start on January 16, 2014 and it will close on January 24, 2014. It will be from 6:10pm to 9pm.
Hong Bao Draw
The Hong Bao Draw will be on February 14, 2014 at the building of Singapore Pools. The prize for the Hong Bao Draw is S$10 million. The sales for this draw will start on February 6, 2014 and it will close on February 14, 2014. It will be from 6:10pm to 9pm.
If you will win, you should know how to claim your prizes. If you choose to receive your winnings via a cheque, you can for request it. The good news is that the winnings from the Singapore Pools are not taxable. That means you can get the whole amount. Remember though that there is a time restriction when you claim your prizes. Originally, the prize should be claimed ninety days after the announcement. But because of overwhelming feedbacks, it is extended to one hundred eight days.
Singapore Pools is promoting responsible gaming. It implements “Responsible Gaming Framework & Responsible Gaming Codes”. You should practice and observe the measures. If you want to know more about the gaming codes, go directly to the Singapore Pools website.